Want to try writing in film but don’t know where and how to start?
Fret not. No other than acclaimed film writer Ricky Lee now has a workbook to help you out.
Aptly called “Ricky Lee: The Scriptwriting Workbook,” the 100-page book contains checklists, writing exercises, and tips to assist both film writing newbies and veterans develop a story worth telling and filming. It has blank pages, too, for your notes, story ideas, and even random scribbles.
Each copy comes with a free bookmark with lines from some of Lee’s notable works. There’s also a “Buy 10, Get 1 Free” promo for those who are interested to buy in bulk.
The workbook retails for PhP 250 and will be available starting July 7, via personal message to Ram Banal or Jose Esteves Siapoc on Facebook. However, there are only 1,000 copies up for purchase. As of posting, only 89 workbooks remain.
Known for his impressive body of work in film, journalism, and theater, Lee’s forty long years of writing feature more than 150 produced scripts including Himala, Cain at Abel, Gumapang Ka Sa Lusak, The Flor Contemplacion Story, Patayin Sa Sindak Si Barbara, Asero, Jose Rizal, Muro Ami, and more. He has been recognized by various award-giving bodies in both the local and international film scene.
Featured Image from Ram Banal on Facebook